Tradingview review – covering the various tools included with this all-round software. Including a review of the stock screener, Forex signal screener, and the Cryptocurrency screener. Tradingview is a web based charting software with great charts which are also reviewed.
With many technical and fundamental metrics that can be combined, Tradingview makes the stock screening process easy. Apart from great charts, it is one of the few services that offers International stock exchange data, real-time and (free) delayed data.
Some of the International stock markets covered include US, UK, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, India, China and many European countries.
In addition to stocks, Tradingview also has data for Futures, Forex, Cryptocurrency, as well as world economic data. This is one of the tools I use, as I trade US & UK stocks, and International Markets via ETFs.
In my opinion, Tradingview has some of the best web-based charts, and will match many desktop charts. And I’ve tried most charting packages since the late 1980s. It’s worth spending some time setting up the appearance of the charts to your liking.
Tradingview Tools Menu
The tools menu gives us many options from creating watchlists, to viewing a stock’s details, fundamentals, and news. There are also sections for, ‘Economic Calendar’, ‘Earnings Calendar’, ‘Hotlists’, and ‘Alerts’.
The social tools include public and private chats, ‘Ideas Streams’, and ‘Notifications’.
Tradingview Stock Fundamentals
From the ‘Details’ window we can view further information about the stock, as well as its fundamentals.
The fundamentals sections consists of ‘Price History’, ‘Valuation’, ‘Dividends’, ‘Margins’, ‘Balance Sheet’, ‘Income Statement’, and ‘Operating Metrics’.
Tradingview Hotlists Stock Scans
The ‘Hotlists’ are preset scans to help you find some of the big movers of the day. These hot-lists are available for all International stock exchanges. There are further hot-lists scans available in the Tradingview stock screener.
Tradingview Stock Screener
In addition to the many prebuilt stock scans, you can easily create your own personal stock scans. The example shown above is one of my own scans of stocks on the move.
As well as many technical criteria, there are also many fundamental metrics available to create your own stock scans. Although I have many stock screens based on either just technicals or fundamentals, some of my most powerful screens combine both in one filter.
The stock screener utilizes a sliding scale to set screening criteria, which makes it very easy to use. There are more than enough fundamental metrics and technical indicators to create robust scans.
Tradingview Forex Signal Screener.
For Forex traders, there is a separate dedicated Forex signal screener. This is just as easy to use as the stock screener, again, using a sliding scale to set your parameters.
Tradingview Cryptocurrency Signal Finder
There seems to be a huge interest worldwide in cryptocurrency trading at the moment. Tradingview has the cryptocurrency market covered with their excellent charts, and now they have added a ‘Cryptocurrency signal finder’.
Multiple Charts View.
Most traders use multiple charts either for using a multi-timeframe strategy, or for monitoring a number of stocks or Forex pairs.
The Pro Plus version of Tradingview allows four charts to be viewed at the same. The Premium version allows ten charts to be viewed. The charts can be of different time-frames of the same instrument, or different instruments with varying time-frames.
Being able to monitor multiple charts is a must for active traders. In addition, you can also open multiple browser tabs or windows, each with multiple charts.
Tradingview Subscription Options
There are 3 levels of subscription, Pro, Pro Plus, and Premium.
I believe the Pro Plus subscription should provide more than sufficient features for most users. There are many more functionalities that it is hard to cover them all in this tradingview review. You can see these additional features of the different levels of membership for yourself, see the Tradingview comparison table.